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March 9th 17, 09:21 AM posted to uk.tech.digital-tv
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Yes I know. Neatly drilled was not often the case and silly little bezels
were invented to cover up the carnage.
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On 08/03/2017 16:33, Brian Gaff wrote:
then, shock horror
ITV was going to be transmitted on the very high frequency of band III.
Loads of scrambling later weird dodgy conversions came out trying to use
band one as the If, but if you were too near to the station, no chance of
There were also tuners that plugged into the front end valve socket -
valve removed of course. These replaced the RF stages of the TV and
utilised the IF strip. They fitted inside the cabinet through hopefully
neatly drilled holes.
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